Teacher B​iographies 


Iain Naylor

Hands of Light Tai Chi

Having studied tai chi and Qi Gong since 1980 Iain is one of Scotland's most experienced instructors.

He has taught since 1995 and since 2005 has studied with some of the foremost instructors in China and Europe.

This new class will concentrate on the study of Wudang pai, Wudang mountain in central China is the birthplace of tai chi. Working in 6 week blocks we will study the Wudang five animals qi gong, 2 animals in each block with a full set practice during the second half of block 3.


07811 232862 or

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Kundalini Chair Yoga

Julie Henderson

Kundalini Yoga Strathearn

I first began practising yoga when I was 17, from a book! I felt myself drawn to this wonderful, strange process that felt so right. That draw has continued and I have practised Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga and Iyengar Yoga with various levels of intensity throughout my life. Yoga breath-work even helping me through each of my pregnancies and labour. In 2010 I felt the need to deepen my practise and incorporate meditation into my routine and that is when I found Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan and fell in love. It is everything and more that I was searching for and it has truly changed my life! And now it would be my great privilege and pleasure to share the benefits that I have discovered for myself with others.


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Yoga and Pregnancy Yoga

Judy Cameron

Yoga of Birth

Judy has been teaching pre and post natal yoga since 1996. She gained her teaching diploma with British Wheel of Yoga in the late 90's, and has also completed a diploma in baby yoga with Birthight, and Yoga for the Special Child at the Special Yoga Centre in London. She also has a strong interest in the use of hypnosis in childbirth and teaches HypnoBirthing and Hypnosis for Childbirth. She is the Director of The YogaBirth Teacher Training, Hatha Tutor for Yoga Scotland Diploma and tutor for the BWY  Pregnancy Module. 


0779 207 9389 or

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Dave MacDonald

Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi

Dave Macdonald has practiced the Wudan and

Combined forms of Tai Chi for over 30 years. He also

practices the Ji Ben and self-healing forms of Qigong and

is a qualified Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi instructor under Master Wing Cheung of the Tai Chi, Qigong and Feng Shui Institute, Toronto, Canada. 

The style of Qigong taught on the course is based on the Yang form of Tai Chi and focuses on integrating

posture, movement, breathing and intention. The Shibashi is a gentle flowing set of 18 movements, a moving meditation that can improve health and wellbeing, increase energy, agility and flexibility, rejuvenate body, mind and spirit and is easy to learn.


 01764 670789 or

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Anyta Lodge

Yoga Scotland

I qualified with Yoga Scotland in 2007 and I have been teaching yoga for 12 years.

My teaching style is traditionally Hatha Yoga, with a relaxed and natural feel.

With an added style of using the body in fluid movement, finding lightness through our connection with the earth.

I would always encourage my students to work within their own ability, which means my classes are suitable for everyone.

Please come along to my class and give it a try and see how you feel afterwards. I am offering a half price session for your first visit.

If you require any further information please contact me.

Om Shanti, Anyta



07762 135868 or [email protected]

Childrens Yoga

Weleda Advisor

Complementry Therapies

Rebecca Dearman




07483 872183 or [email protected]


Patricia Ace

I have been practicing yoga since the e​arly 1990s and qualified to teach with Yoga Scotland in 2002. Since then I have taught yoga in a variety of settings including the local community, schools and a prison.

Over the years I have been increasingly drawn to the tradition of Krishnamacharya and Desikachar, inspired by a keen interest in yoga philosophy and the therapeutic and healing applications of yoga. In February 2020 I completed my Yoga Teacher Diploma with TSYP and qualified to work as a yoga therapist in this tradition.

My classes focus on dynamic sequences of breath and movement (asana) and seated conscious breathing practices (pranayama). Use of chanting (mantra), focus (bhavana) and concentration (dharana) can also form part of the practice.

I continue to work on my own development through yoga with my mentor and other teachers in this tradition, while teaching weekly classes and offering one-to-one tuition and yoga therapy from my home in Crieff.


07743 920 333 or

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